In the middle of the winter we often experience a short period of warm weather, a “January thaw.” During such […]

Honey bees are the only insect in the temperate zone that remain alive and active throughout the year. They are […]

The island of Puerto Rico has a unique and extremely valuable population of honey bees that is capable of living […]

Swiss reader, Alexandra, writes a number of pertinent questions about drone bees and their role in honey bee reproduction. She […]

Alexandra, an interested reader of The Peace Bee Farmer, writes several questions from her home in Switzerland. Here are some […]

One thousand people gathered in Little Rock on a delightful early fall day for the third annual Arkansas Honey Festival. […]

For decades, beekeepers have used antibiotics in the control of certain honey bee diseases, particularly European foulbrood and Nosema disease. […]